Dundee United’s Paul McMullan hopes to see manager Robbie Neilson in a good mood after they face Partick Thistle at home today.
Laurie Ellis has called his own job situation a “sideshow” and claimed the only thing that matters is the welfare of Dundee United.
Dundee United fans were singing in the rain at Firhill on Saturday afternoon. Courier sports writers Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson assess the Robbie Neilson effect.
Former Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara has returned to a prominent role in Scottish football as Dunfermline's new consultant. Ian Roache looks back on his eventful career, both as player and manager.
Familiarity breeds contentment as far as Scotland winger Gary Mackay-Steven is concerned.
Queen of the South have an excellent recent record at Tannadice.
Dundee United’s Luc Bollan admitted he was expecting more “harsh but fair” fatherly advice following Saturday’s Irn-Bru Cup defeat to Alloa.
Had it not been for Dunfermline’s stoppage time equaliser in Inverness, Saturday afternoon could have been a whole lot worse for Dundee United.
Dundee United’s transfer deadline day ended with the 11th-hour departure of defender Tam Scobbie to Championship rivals Partick Thistle on loan until January.
Northern Irish manager Michael O’ Neill hopes the appointments of Robbie Neilson and Jim McIntyre will bring about the return of regular Dundee derbies to Scottish football.